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    Default Revised opening hours to Labrador Jetty & Rock Beach

    To those who frequent Labrador Park to take pics,

    Saw a notice posted at Labrador Park announcing the change of opening hours to Labrador Park Jetty and Rocky Beach.



    Change of timing for access to Labrador Park starting on 11-Aug-2008. Opening hrs will be from 8am to 5pm daily. Closed on Sunday and Public Holiday.

    Sad, I can't take Sunset pic from the jetty anymore.

    Benjamin.

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    Default Re: Revised opening hours to Labrador Jetty & Rock Beach

    wah, will Bishan, East Coast & West Coast Park suffer the same fate?

    human ERP coming up ah?

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    Arrow Re: Revised opening hours to Labrador Jetty & Rock Beach

    It's quite sad to close the jetty on Sundays and Public holidays.

    I guess Nparks does not want the public to overwhelm the biodiversity of that area with increased human activities during the weekends.

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    Default Re: Revised opening hours to Labrador Jetty & Rock Beach

    at the cost of a decline of biodiversity in other parks & nature reserve?

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    Default Re: Revised opening hours to Labrador Jetty & Rock Beach

    Jetty also close?

    Or they want to lock the place at night in case the Singapore-Most-Wanted-Man come back using that jetty?

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    Default Re: Revised opening hours to Labrador Jetty & Rock Beach

    Quote Originally Posted by Wai View Post
    Jetty also close?

    Or they want to lock the place at night in case the Singapore-Most-Wanted-Man come back using that jetty?
    thatz counterproductive isn't it, the public would mind the $1mil reward for his capture. or was that prize money a hoax.

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